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LESSONS / THEMES. 20 interactive teaching activities for in the interactive classroom. Interactive teaching is all about instructing the students in a way they are actively involved with their learning process.

20 interactive teaching activities for in the interactive classroom

There are different ways to create an involvement like this. Most of the time it’s through teacher-student interactionstudent-student interactionthe use of audio, visuals, videohands-on demonstrations and exercises You encourage your students to be active members of your class, thinking on their own, using their brains, resulting in long-term memory retention. Not only the students' knowledge will improve, but their interest, strength, knowledge, team spirit and freedom of expression will increase as well. In this blog post, I will talk about the use of interactive methods for teaching, encouraging more dedication towards the lesson material. Ready? 3 Effective interactive teaching strategies to encourage speech in your classroom First, I want to put some activities in the spotlight. 1. Set a problem or a question around a certain topic, and pair up your students. 2. Portail des pédagogies coopératives au 2nd degré.

10 Techniques Every Teacher Needs to Know – Richard James Rogers. An article by Richard James Rogers (Author of The Quick Guide to Classroom Management and The Power of Praise: Empowering Students Through Positive Feedback).

10 Techniques Every Teacher Needs to Know – Richard James Rogers

Illustrated by Pop Sutthiya Lertyongphati I’m a big fan of books and articles that condense years and years of hard-earned experience into a few, clear, tidbits of advice that anyone can benefit from. The aim of this week’s blog post is to do just that. To set the context for today’s article I’ll tell you a little about me: I completed my PGCE in 2006, taught secondary science in the UK for two years before moving to Thailand to teach science and mathematics at international schools (along with a little German here and there). I’m now in my 13th year of teaching. I’ve found that there are many simple techniques that I need to adopt on a daily basis to be exceptional at my job. So strap on your seatbelt – this aint grad school! #1 – Play learning games My two favorites are ‘splat’ and ‘corners’, detailed below: Splat Corners 5.

Like this: 10 Websites To Make Your Lessons More Engaging And Fun – ESL/EFL Teaching Ideas. Recently I posted a post about useful resource websites and it got a lot of hits.

10 Websites To Make Your Lessons More Engaging And Fun – ESL/EFL Teaching Ideas

You can read it here: My 10 Favourite ESL/EFL Resource Websites. Those are the top 10 resource sites I turn to when my own inspiration and creativity fail me. There are also some other helpful sites which I regularly use when I want to spice things up a bit in the classroom, reward my students or give them some relax time. These are all great for learning vocabulary, revising, they can be used in various projects, to promote reading, cooperation, creativity. 1. With Kahoot, you can create various quizzes and games and if you’re in a bit of a hurry you can use its extensive library of quizzes. 2. (2) TeachingEnglish - British Council - Publications. (2) TeachingEnglish - British Council - Publications. (2) Watch - Découvrir. Six collaborative games for competitive English language classrooms. Do you want your English language learners to work toward a common goal in the classroom?

Six collaborative games for competitive English language classrooms

Teacher David Petrie, who won the TeachingEnglish blog award , tells us his tried-and-tested methods. One of my favourite revision activities with my classes is 'backs to the board', also known as 'hotseat'. I divide the class into two teams. One learner from each team sits with their backs to the board, facing their teams. I write a word on the board, and the teams try to elicit the target word from the learner at the front of the room, without saying it. I use this activity a lot. In his book Transformational Classroom Management, John Shindler differentiates between healthy and unhealthy competition.

The competition is clearly symbolic the competition is shorteveryone feels like they can winwhat the learners do is valued more than the result. So, how do we make classroom games more collaborative, while maintaining the enjoyment that some learners get from competition? Build vocabulary pyramids. Usage Manuels Pearltrees Education (1)


Amazing lessons. Formation. Dictionnaires / Manuels. ENT Urbain Vitry. Intégrer le numérique dans sa pratique de classe - 2018. Plickers.